With the UK’s furlough scheme set to end this month, UK travel companies must make difficult decisions to ensure survival, including further redundancies. Striking a balance between cost reduction and...
Longer trips of ten-plus nights are increasing in demand, a live GlobalData poll has revealed. With accidental savers on the rise and working from home making longer trips a possibility,...
With the continuing Covid-19 travel restrictions announced at the beginning of June, travelling abroad is bleak and more operations could be cancelled.
Travellers now prefer direct booking methods, which offer flexibility and ease of use with more cancellation and refund options.
With the Covid-19 pandemic, many travellers will opt for point-to-point airlines such as low-cost that offer direct routes and will prefer to travel closer to home.
Slovenia could feature as a promising traveller destination due to its sustainable character and its potential to meet growing traveller demands.
Vaccination rollout has been pinpointed as the catalyst for the recovery of international travel. However, the perceived high pricing of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing could hinder demand growth.
Because of lockdown restrictions and changes in consumer behaviour following the outbreak of Covid-19, airlines are venturing into offbeat businesses to increase their revenues.
The consensus on the recovery of travel has been that domestic will recover first, followed by short-haul second and finally long-haul.
Jet2holidays and easyJet Holidays are among some of the first UK tour operators to sign up for BBC Watchdog’s 'Package Holiday Pledge'. However, the commitments put forward by BBC Watchdog...